Tower Park Caravans and Camping
An introduction to Tower Park Caravans and Camping
- 4 Star
- Dog/Pet Friendly
- Wireless Broadband
Tower Park in St Buryan is situated on the beautiful Penwith peninsula surrounded by 36 miles of stunning coastline and beaches. 4 Star Park,
Tower Park offers accommodation for tents and tourers and also static holiday caravans for hire. Popular with families, walkers, divers, climbers, surfers, bird-watchers and cyclists. Tower Park is divided into seven level grassed fields seperated by trees and traditional Cornish hedges and provides large, sheltered pitches with electric hook-ups available.
The village of St Buryan is a couple of minutes level walk from the site with a Post Office, general stores, garage, church and the St Buryan Inn serving lunches, evening meals and takeaway.
There are five modern well-equipped static caravans for hire. These are connected to mains water and electricity and include colour TV, fridge, microwave, gas cooker and fire, shower and flush WC. There are no extra charges for gas or electricity and the kitchens are fully equipped.
There are two bedrooms, one double and one twin and two berths in the lounge. Bed linen can be hired with advance notice, please see tariff for details. Please bring your own towels. A cot is available for hire (own bedding required) and dogs are accepted by prior arrangement.
For security, the entrance barrier is locked each night at 11pm (10.30pm in the winter) until 7am.
Charges are per night per pitch including 2 persons and a car; there is no charge extra for awnings, gazebos or pup tents. Serviced pitches include electric hook-up.
New in 2009 there are two 11” yurts (also known as Mongolian Gers) for hire. These vaulted tents have handmade wooden frames made from sustainable ash and oak, heavy canvas covers, wooden floors and doors and wood burning stoves. Suitable for two people they are comfortably furnished with a double futon for sitting and sleeping, cosy rugs and throws, a gas stove and cooking and eating utensils. Blankets and an undersheet are provided, just bring your own pillows and duvet or sleeping bags. The central crown can be opened on fine days for light and ventilation or at night allowing you to lie in bed and watch the stars and the wood burning stove ensures that the yurts are warm and cosy even during cooler weather.
Firewood and kindling is provided.